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Twelve miles from downtown Minneapolis and on the north bank of the Minnesota River Eden Prairie has more than 170 miles of trails and 2,250 acres of park land. The city is home to the ACD Telecommunications, and the MTS systems Corporation headquarters. It is also where the NFL's Minnesota Vikings call home. A slow growing pastoral area Eden Prairie wasn't even a statutory until 1974. Eden can also claim star Minnesota Viking Adrian Peterson as a resident.
Local Newspapers: The Eden Prairie News
Local Sports Teams: Minnesota Vikings (NFL)
Local Colleges: Rasmussen College Hennepin Technical Institute
Zip Codes associated with eden prairie, minnesota:
55343 55344 55346 55347
Towns/Cities near eden prairie, minnesota : Shakopee Chanhassen Edina Bloomington Savage
Stillwatera s ice castle
Jake Telschow, an employee of Ice Castles LLC, places an icicle on the new ice castle under construction in downtown Stillwater on Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017. Work continues on Thursday, Dec. 7. 2017 after crews began building an ice castle in downtown Stillwater this week.Family of Teen Who Died After Wisdom Teeth Removal Reaches Settlement
The family of an Eden Prairie teen who died during surgery to remove her wisdom teeth has reached a $2 million settlement with the oral surgeon who performed the procedure. A case against Dr. Paul Tompach filed by the family of 17-year-old Sydney Galleger was scheduled to go to trial in May 2018.Malpractice lawsuit in teen's death settled for $2 million
IAZ008>011-018-019-029-030-MNZ079-086>088-094>096-050030- /O.CON.KARX.WI.Y.0004.171204T2100Z-171205T1000Z/ Mitchell-Howard-Winneshiek-Allamakee-Floyd-Chickasaw-Fayette- Clayton-Wabasha-Dodge-Olmsted-Winona-Mower-Fillmore-Houston- Including the cities of Osage, Cresco, Decorah, Waukon, Charles City, New Hampton, Oelwein, Elkader, Wabasha, Dodge Center, Rochester, Winona, Austin, Preston, and Caledonia 1026 AM CST Mon Dec 4 2017 ...WIND ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 3 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO 4 AM CST TUESDAY... * TIMING...Strongest winds late this afternoon through tonight. * WINDS...Southerly winds gusting to 45 mph this afternoon, shifting to the west and gusting 40 to 50 mph after sunset.Multitalented Vanessa Williams tells why she stays so grounded
Vanessa Williams, shown last month performing during the 2017 Gershwin Prize Tribute Concert honoring Tony Bennett at the DAR Constitution Hall in Washington. ' breathtaking beauty might be her least interesting attribute, I can report after interviewing her in November at Evine, the Eden Prairie-based online and cable retailer.Prop Shop to have furniture warehouse sale
The sale will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at its warehouse at 14770 Martin Drive in Eden Prairie. Signs will mark the building's entrance on Saturday morning.MTS beats Street 4Q forecasts
On a per-share basis, the Eden Prairie, Minnesota-based company said it had profit of 29 cents. Earnings, adjusted for restructuring costs and costs related to mergers and acquisitions, were 44 cents per share.Gophers-Wisconsin recap
The often-maligned quarterback was efficient Saturday, completing 15 of 19 passes for 151 yards and three touchdowns. With the Gophers keeping running back Jonathan Taylor in check early, Hornibrook spread the ball to six receivers, keeping Minnesota guessing.Minnetonka vs Eden Prairie
Gallery: Minnetonka High School wide receiver Jackson Owens caught a long touchdown pass from Minnetonka High School quarterback Aaron Syverson in the final minute of the first half. Gallery: Eden Prairie High School running back D.J. Johnson was brought down by Minnetonka High School cornerback JJ Schechtman as he ran the ball in the first half.Now that two Minn. lawmakers have resigned, what's next at State Capitol?
The sudden resignation announcements last week by two legislators facing allegations of sexual harassment may be comforting to Minnesotans thinking the infection at the State Capitol has been remedied. But any newfound sense of security following the departure of Sen. Dan Schoen and Rep. Tony Cornish would be naive, say lobbyists, legislators and staff.Holiday DWI enforcement in Minnesota kicks off statewide
A memorial marks the spot in Minneapolis where University of St. Thomas student Ria Patel died, two days after the crash in which the 20-year-old Eden Prairie woman was killed, on Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017.How the night before Thanksgiving became the 'biggest drinking day of the year'
The night before Thanksgiving, also known as "Drinksgiving," has become one of the year's biggest drinking holidays. And Twin Cities bars, restaurants and police departments are bracing for this season's impact.Mentally ill Minneapolis man pleads guilty to killing his parents with screwdrivers
A 38-year-old man with a long history of mental illness admitted to killing his parents in their Eden Prairie home by stabbing them with screwdrivers and declined Tuesday to accept a plea deal that would potentially reduce his punishment. Nathan T. Lehman, of Minneapolis, pleaded guilty in Hennepin County District Court to two counts of intentional second-degree murder in connection with t he May 25 deaths of Robert Lehman, 57, and Debra Lehman, 58. The prosecution offered Nathan Lehman the chance to plead to one count of intentional second-degree murder and another of unintentional second-degree murder.Eden Prairie Mall Placed on Lockdown After Report of Weapon
Eden Prairie police report that Eden Prairie Center has gone on lockdown for a report of a person with a weapon. They asking people to stay out of the area.Eden Prairie Man Pleads Guilty to Murdering His Parents
An Eden Prairie man has pleaded guilty to two counts of second-degree murder after prosecutors said he stabbed his parents to death at their home in May. In May, the Hennepin County Attorney's Office released a statement that indicated Lehman had a history of mental health issues and methamphetamine addiction. A report stated Lehman had moved back in with his parents, but had not been following the orders of his mental health caseworkers and had left the home in late April or early May. His parents reported him missing May 8. Eden Prairie police were called to Lehman's parent's house on May 25 after receiving a welfare check call when Lehman's father, Robert, did not show up for work.Oversupply hitting some organic production
Organic produce marketers generally agree that demand typically outpaces supply in the category, but they also note that overproduction does occur on occasion. "Because demand continues to grow substantially within the organic segment, very few organic items today can be categorized as supply-exceeds-demand," said Michael Castagnetto, vice president of global sourcing with Eden Prairie, Minn.-based Robinson Fresh.Segel Vision Will Pay 105% Premium to Acquire Evine Live and Merge...
The announcement came after two prior attempts to reach EVINE's Board of Directors failed because, "The Board," says Segel, "refuses to hear the details of the offer." Segel says the deal would have Segel Vision making an equity purchase of the operating subsidiary at a premium of 105%.When it comes to reading, dogs are a kid's best friend
A unique program encourages young children to read to patient, judgment-free listeners: dogs. The national nonprofit has more than 120 Minnesota animal-owner.Eleven Minnesota seniors named as Mr. Football Award finalists
Eleven finalists have been named for the 2017 Mr. Football Award honoring the state's top graduating senior football player. The finalists, announced Tuesday by the Minnesota Football Coaches Assocation, are: Ronald Audette, Elk River; Ty Barron, Minnetonka; Michael Empting, Alexandria; Isaac Hennen, Minneota; Preston Jelen, Prior Lake; Owen King, Caledonia; Conner Knoepfle, Andover; Carter Kopet, Cleveland; Antonio Montero, Eden Prairie; Spencer Rolland, Apple Valley, and Brevyn Spann-Ford, St. Cloud Tech.
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